Massachusetts General Hospital 1000 Psychiatry Questions and Annotated Answers

Paperback | February 19, 2004

byTheodore Stern

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Based on the leading annual review course in psychiatry, this review is perfect for psychiatry students and practicing psychiatrists in preparation for their board exams. Features over 300 case studies and 1,200 questions with comprehensive rationales for correct and incorrect answers.

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Based on the leading annual review course in psychiatry, this review is perfect for psychiatry students and practicing psychiatrists in preparation for their board exams. Features over 300 case studies and 1,200 questions with comprehensive rationales for correct and incorrect answers.

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A COMPLETE AND EFFECTIVE Q & A REVIEW FOR BOARD EXAMS! 1000 EVIDENCE-BASED, BOARD-STYLE QUESTIONS WITH ANNOTATED ANSWERS!Developed from Massachusetts General Hospital’s renowned review course in psychiatry, this is the ultimate study tool for certification, re-certification, in-service exams, CME–or for use as a clinical refresher. It’...

Theodore A. Stern, M.D., is associate professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and a psychiatrist at Massachusetts General Hospital, where he serves on numerous committees. As part of his many teaching responsibilities he serves as co-leader of the Scientific Writing Course for the Clinical Research Center and as Director of t...
Format:PaperbackDimensions:670 pages, 8.3 × 5.4 × 0.38 inPublished:February 19, 2004Publisher:McGraw-HillLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0071432019

ISBN - 13:9780071432016

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Table of Contents

I: Introduction

II: Diagnostic Strategies

III: Therapeutic Strategies

IV: Approaches to Patients with Specific Conditions

V. Therapeutic Complications

VI: Other Patient Populations and Situations

VI. Quality-of-Life Enhancing Strategies

VII. Physician-Assistance Strategies